We are experiencing an issue during setup where the receiver pipeline fails to go to Playing state due to the rtpjitterbuffer either throwing away all data or buffering it. This prevents the rtpbin from creating a src-pad and we cannot link our pipeline. This happens maybe around 20% of the time.
Using buffer-mode: synced the rtpjitterbuffer should use the first recieved buffers timestamp as base time, could it be that this mechanism fails for some reason causing the jitterbuffer to believe that all packets are either late or should be played some time in the future?
Could there be another explanation for this issue?
Can mention that our receiving pipeline uses a short jitterbuffer and and a short total pipe latency in order to achieve low latency streaming.
If we wanted to manage base time ourselves by getting the timeproviders current time stamp and distributing/applying this time stamp to the receivers using these calls:
, should we also apply this time stamp on the sender pipeline?
Which buffer-mode should we use if we want to manage base time ourselves?
Do we need to alter any of the other above mentioned parameters if we want to manage base time ourselves?